Gather No Moss

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Macmillan of Australia, 1968 - Northern Territory - 222 pages
Account of northern Australia, 1880s; p.10-11; Yanta Wonta tribe, Nappamerrie, stacked firewood at native grave Tanbar; p.14-17; Queensland policy in subduing tribes, trade routes of Warramungas & Waggires, articles traded, flint quarry 6 miles east of Renners Springs; black troopers near Mulligan River; p.42-44; Native attacked with nulla nulla near Burketown & Camooweal; p.47-53; Story of half-caste Joe Flick & police, Burketown; p.74-78; Clashes with whites Kimberley area, many cases of native help; p.119-121; N.T. settlers effect on Larrakiahs, Wulwulam, Wogaits; p.140-141; Spearings, Jasper Gorge; p.153-155; Wandi area, camp cooking, gold collecting by Aboriginal girl, mimicry; p.164-168; Katie, Anula tribe Banka Banka, women's dressing, clothing, wild natives, axe trading near Borroloola, reference to B. Spencer; p.171; Glydes Inlet to Waterhouse, contact with Munjongs; p.180-183; White man killed Guion Point, police hunt; p.185-186; Native well near Newcastle Waters, camp attack Armstrong Creek; p.188-189; 8 Warramunga words; p.194-195; Attempted attack near Durack Range camp; p.211; Cutter Avis shipwrecked off Bathurst Island, crew taken to Mission; p.214; Reaction to films.

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